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Flickering Help Please



ok first hi and thankyou for whoever is helping becuase support really dont give u answers lol...


ok i connect my ps3 with component cables to device usb to pc hdmi to tv, i set the ps3 as it should be and check everything except 1080p., and i get a picture but its flickering with lines it looks like. anyway here are my specs for everything hope someone can help me thank you..i also made a youtube video for the prob im have so u can also have visual.this flickering happens on tv an pc .






PS3 fat





LCD TV with Digital Crystal Clear

81 cm (32") Full HD 1080p digital TV


• Display: LCD Full HD

• Diagonal screen size: 32 inch / 81 cm

• Panel resolution: 1920x1080p

• Aspect ratio: 16:9

• Brightness: 400 cd/m²

• Dynamic screen contrast: 100.000:1

• Response time (typical): 5 ms

• Picture enhancement: Digital Crystal Clear, 50 Hz,

Active Control + Light sensor


• Output power (RMS): 20W (2 x 10W)

• Sound Enhancement: Auto Volume Leveller, Clear

Sound, Incredible Surround, Treble and Bass



• Number of HDMI connections: 2

• EasyLink (HDMI-CEC): System audio control,

System standby, One touch play, System info

(menu language)

• Number of component in (YPbPr): 1

• Number of scarts (RGB/CVBS): 1

• Number of AV connections: 1

• Number of USBs: 1

• Other connections: Antenna IEC75, Common

Interface Plus (CI+), Digital audio out (coaxial), PCin VGA + Audio L/R in, Headphone out

Multimedia Applications

• Multimedia connections: USB

• Video Playback Formats: H264/MPEG-4 AVC,


• Music Playback Formats: MP3

• Picture Playback Formats: JPEG


• Electronic Program Guide: 8 day Electronic

Program Guide

• Ease of Installation: Channel installation wizard,

Settings assistant wizard

• Ease of Use: One-stop Home button, Onscreen


• Screen Format Adjustments: 4:3, Autofill,

Autozoom, Movie expand 14:9, Movie expand

16:9, Subtitle Zoom, Super Zoom, Unscaled,


• Teletext: 1000 page Smart Text

• Firmware upgradeable: Firmware auto upgrade

wizard, Firmware upgradeable via USB


• Digital TV: DVB-C MPEG2*, DVB-C MPEG4*,


• Video Playback: NTSC, PAL, SECAM


• Mains power: 220-240V; 50Hz

• Ambient temperature: 5 °C to 35 °C

• Standby power consumption: 0.3W

• Power Saving Features: Eco mode, Eco settings

menu, Light sensor, Picture mute (for radio)

• Presence of lead: Yes*

• Power consumption: 120 W


• Box dimensions (W x H x D):

1000 x 610 x 160 mm

• Set dimensions (W x H x D):

796 x 508.4 x 93 mm

• Set dimensions with stand (W x H x D):

796 x 557.6 x 221.4 mm

• Product weight: 8.35 kg

• Product weight (+stand): 10 kg

• Weight incl. Packaging: 12.7 kg

• Compatible wall mount: 200 x 200mm


• Included accessories: Power cord, Remote

Control, 2 x AAA Batteries, Table top stand, User

Manual, Quick start guide, Warranty Leaflet



computer specs are dxdiag file which is attatched



once again thankyou


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What video settings have you got in the PS3?.(component, ntsc......)


Make sure the connections from the console to the capture card are good & solid (plugged in all the way).


Only one cable connected on the console.....

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I know EXACTLY what the problem is, because I had the same problem too. You're using cheap component cables, whereas you're supposed to use the OFFICIAL component cables.




Not only do they eliminate the problems you're having, they also provide the clearest picture possible over component. What you're experiencing is a certain type of ground loop that happens mainly with cheap cables.

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